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Is this a mobile app? If not, one solution that works well is natural language parsing. If you can support it, letting the user type "every other monday" or "on the last day of every month" is an elegant solution. Of course, this much typing is not ideal on small touch screens. I have seen a calendar where, if the user selects the 30th or 31st, it prompts ...


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To answer this question, you should validate different scenarios that users are trying to change the start date: - By mistake: If a user has already selected start date and end date and noticed they have chosen a wrong start date for their plan, they want to change that to another day, your system must let them to apply this change quickly. The best user ...



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